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2016 in review: 2017 moving (quickly) forward

Force equals mass times acceleration is as true in the natural world as it is in organizational dynamics. Here at Labster, we have roughly doubled in size each of the past two years and our ‘acceleration’ has grown exponentially. Moving into 2017, we have...

Will 2016 Be “The Year” For Virtual Reality?

The world’s tech prognosticators are predicting a huge year for virtual reality in 2016. With an incredible $4 billion dollars of funding in the space since 2010, startups and researchers alike are racing to bring their latest innovations to market this year. With...

2015 with Labster In Review, and Ahead to 2016

Last week marked exactly a year since joining what I believe to be an education group that can really make sweeping strokes to engage students in science, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, and ultimately help them solve the challenges they face around them...

5 trends in edtech for teachers in the know

The current state of education technology investment is booming, and there’s never been a more exciting time to be a part of the edtech space. But what does all this exciting new investment in edtech mean for teachers? We took some time to sort through all of...

4 Mindboggling Predictions About Education Technology

With another school year fast approaching, we decided to take a look at the future of education technology. From where we stand, it’s a future that looks bright, but still requires a lot of work in the years ahead. Here are our four boldest predictions for the...

Say Goodbye to Analog, the Future Is Digital Education

Like records, cassette tapes, and CDs, textbooks are slowly but surely becoming a relic of the past, and for good reason. Today we can fit every textbook student will need throughout their education on an iPad, Kindle, or laptop. In fact, digital education has already...

What the future of STEM education could look like

We often hear doom and gloom about the lack of student interest in STEM education. While the numbers are disconcerting, there are reasons for optimism. In this article, we’ll give you a glimpse at what could be in store for the future of STEM education and...

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